Cover for CRUNDEN: Ministers of Reform: The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920

Ministers of Reform

The Progressives' Achievement in American Civilization, 1889-1920

Ministers of Reform vividly depicts the spiritual odyssey of an entire generation and shows how Protestant roots and a common "climate of creativity" nurtured a host of Progressive leaders from all walks of life. Crunden demonstrates that the same spirit of nnovation and moral rectitude so typical of the era's politics also characterized its artistic endeavors.

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